Recently, I asked my daughter to run to Lowe’s to pick up a mop bucket for me.
As soon as she picked up her keys to go, our beloved rat terrier, Daisy, wanted to go, too. I have taken Daisy before. She is only 11 pounds of love.
As soon as my daughter got out of her car with Daisy, a man in the parking lot started cursing at her for having her “g.d. dog” at the store. This man used such vulgar language that he had my daughter in tears and Daisy’s nerves just shattered.
My daughter was so upset by this guy following her and cursing her that she went directly to the service desk and asked the associate to escort her and Daisy to get the bucket.
The folks at Lowe’s were very kind and helpful to them.
A lot of us take our pets out to hardware stores. This man has a problem. He thinks he is someone special that can go around jumping on women who are alone and look like a victim to him. Guess what? Not every one will take crap like this. There are families in these stores and would they rather see my sweet Daisy or a little man with a bully complex swearing?
We are from West Asheville, and we aren’t bashful! Step up on the wrong person and maybe you’ll have a change of heart about picking on girls and their puppy dogs. You should be ashamed of your actions. What if it were your daughter or wife or mother? Would you be the same or do you hate everyone and everything the same?
My dogs have better manners. At least they know how to act in public.
My kid came home in tears. I guess the man in the parking lot got his jollies out of that.